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June 18th, 2010
12:00 PM ET

FDA panel to vote on 'female Viagra'

(CNN) – For years, the search has been on for a drug that could help women frustrated with their sex lives. The FDA has been checking out a pill that many hoped could be the ever-elusive "female Viagra." But after two studies, officials say the results are "not compelling." Today, an FDA panel is set to vote on the little pink pill. Our senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has the report.


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  1. Radcliff

    I saw the lady who was crying about her lost libido. Sorry to point out the obvious but I'm guessing that if she ran a mile or so, three times a week, ate right, and got proper rest, she'd be amazed at the rise in her libido. You can't fix everything with a pill.

    June 19, 2010 at 1:18 am |